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soldiers are dead after two army choppers crash during a training exercise. >>> jerry sandusky facing his accusers today. the men set to describe painful memories of how the ex penn state coach allegedly abused them when they were children. >>> and finders keepers. commenting on a drone that literally fell into iran's hands. on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- >>> and good morning to you. it is tuesday, december 13th. i feel like it's a homecoming. >> a long time since the three of us have been together. >> good to see you. >> as usual a busy, busy news morning. breaking news now. four soldiers are dead after two army choppers went down during a training exercise. it happened a joint base lewis-mcchord in washington state. crash investigators are trying to find out what went wrong right now. pliv on the pholive on the phon crash site. what do we know? >> i'm watching the lights of the recovery teams that have been looking throughout the night to go in the grim task of recovering those bodies of the four aviators that lost their lives. still don't know what we
after getting all the intelligence they can out of it. >>> jerry sandusky faces his accusers in court today. they'll describe abuse suffered years ate at the hands of the former penn state coach. the judge will decide whether there's enough evidence to try sandusky on more than 50 charges of molestation of little boys. outside the courthouse in pennsylvania, susan, how many victims do we expect in court today to take the stand? >> reporter: you know, carol, it's impossible to say at this time. we know that there are ten victims referred to in that grand jury report and the prosecutors are aware of at least eight of them. look, counting up the numbers, there could be perhaps three to five victims who are able to take the stand today. alleged victims, to tell their story, and this is going to be fascinating, because for the first time we will hear likely in excruciating detail exactly what they say happened to them, and as you indicated, they'll have to do this facing jerry sandusky for the very first time, but it's not necessary for the prosecutors necessarily to put all of the alleged
. >>> face-to-face, former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky to hear his accusers today in court. >>> and shutdown, anti-wall street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash street protesters trying to close west coast ports clash with police. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for tuesday, december 13th, 2011. >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. >>> we begin with breaking news, the deadly crash of two army helicopters in washington state. the two helicopters, based at ft. lewis mccord near olympia went down during a training mission last night. >> we're sad to report tonight that four army aviators were killed in an innocent with two army helicopters. >> two other service members were injured. the helicopters crashed in a remote training area south of olympia. the cause of the crash is not known. the army is investigating. >>> now the latest on the penn state sex abuse scandal and former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky. it's reported he continued coaching at a small pennsylvania college last year, even though he ha
:16. in just a few hours, jerry sandusky will be in the same courtroom as some of the men who accuse him of abuse. a judge is trying to decide whether there is enough evidence for a criminal trial. >> this will be a chance for both the accusers and the accused to share their stories. all of this will happen in the small town of bellefonte, pennsylvania, just miles from the penn state campus. chris knolls is there live with a preview. how is this expected to unfold today, chris? >> reporter: well, good morning. as you mentioned it, just a couple of hours, we do expect the preliminary hearing to start. it will happen in courtroom one of this courthouse in center county, pennsylvania where for the first time, jerry sandusky will come face-to-face with his accusers. ten alleged victims say jerry sandusky sexually assaulted them when they were boys. some say the abuse happened in sandusky's home. right now, he's free on bail, wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet and maintains his innocence. >> how many more children do you expect to come forward, jerry? >> during tuesday's proceedings, t
and seeing jerry sandusky, but did this last interview hurt or help his legal battle that lies ahead of him? >>> strong santa anna winds caused widespread damage , the worst isn't over as the area braces for another round. all the details coming up. >>> it's december 5th. i'm charley crowson. fog, the big story k over both my shoulders, see the live looks at the inner harbor, thick fog. now over to meteorologist, justin berk. >> so much weather, kuren redmond is doing wet for the west coast. dense fog on this december 5th, it is all about the fog from baltimore, down through arundel, maryland, most of the eastern shore. harford, cecil as we have the issue this morning, let's take a look, dense fog advisories queen ann, clint, caroline at the bottom. this is our date with destiny, 7 of the last ten years, brought us near record snowfall, including record snowfall in 2002. this time around, we don't have ourselves flakes, it's about the fog, bel air fogged out, roland park had the fog. downtown baltimore as we lost the lights across the harbor. temperatures mid-30s to low 40s. losing the fog
>>> good morning. jerry sandusky goes to court with at least five men who will testify today that the former penn state defensive coordinator sexually abused them. we will have a live report from the courthouse. >>> president obama wants to extent the payroll tax cut, but now he's threatening to veto a republican plan that would do just that. find out what else is in that bill and why the democrats don't like it. >>> with the last u.s. troops leaving iraq this month, we'll have former vice president dick cheney if he thinks the u.s. won the war and what he thinks will happen next. >>> and the russian billionaire who owns an nba team says he'll challenge strong man vladimir putin in next year's election. we'll hear what makhali prokohrav told "60 minutes" on this tuesday, december 13th. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i believe it is. you said december 13th and i realized we're only 12 days from christmas. >> the countdown is on baby. good morning. >> lots to get to this morning. we begin with morning with the swrarry sa
. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. as many as 10 accusers may testify in the jerry sandusky hearing taking place in a tiny pennsylvania town today. it is unclear if sandusky himself will take the stand. and there are new questions about what a key witness, mike mcqueary, will say about what he saw and heard. >> extraordinary. today he will see up to ten accusers in court face to face. some of them seen for the first time. not clear who the accusers are. he will see them for the first time. an extraordinary moment in court today. >> people are guessing he will testify. that's not going to happen. >> you don't think he will take the stand? >> no. >> based on previous interviews. >> based on that. defendants don't testify at preliminary hearings. we will hear the stories of so many of the young men today. >> unbelievable story. >>> also on this tuesday morning, an awkward situation for mitt romney. during an old-fashioned campaign stop at a new hampshire diner, he sat down with a vietnam vet. instead of talking about the veteran's military background, romney was put on the spot
" -- courtroom drama. the young men accusing former penn state coach jerry sandusky of sexual abuse are set to meet him today face to face. >> prosecutors are ready to question every one of them in front of a pennsylvania judge. it's tuesday, december 13th. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin. as many as 10 accusers may testify in the jerry sandusky hearing. taking place in a tiny pennsylvania town today. it is unclear if sandusky himself will take the stand. and there are new questions about what a key witness, mike mcqueary will say about what he saw and heard. >> extraordinary today he will see up to ten accusers in court face to face. some of them seen for the first time. not clear who the accusers are. he will see them for the first time. an extraordinary moment uncourt today. >> people are guessing he will testify. that is not going to happen >> you don't think he will take the stand? >> no. >> based on preachous interviews. >> based on that. defendants don't testify at preliminary hearings. we will hear the stories of so many of the young men today. >
in the sex abuse scandal. the preliminary hearing of jerry sandusky begins in just hours. >> it will likely take most of the day, as several young men, as many as ten, face their accu accuser. all this happening in the small town of bellefont. tahman bradley has details. >> reporter: today, for the first time, former penn state coach jerry sandusky faces his accuser. some will explain under oath how sandusky molested them. ben an degree yoz si says his client is eager to take the stand. but the large number of press in attendance will not make it easy. >> i know it's going to be uncomfortable. but he's ready to go forward. >> any victim that goes forward with these types of cases is incredibly brave. but they have to face the person they're accusing. >> reporter: in what could be a setback for the prosecution, one of the key witnesses in the case, penn state assistant coach mike mcqueary is being called into question. mcqueary says he witnessed sandusky raping a 10-year-old boy in the team showers in 2002. and that he told head coach, joe paterno, and penn state officials about it. now, a l
. no nonsense. just people sense. >>> accused former penn state coach jerry sandusky will face some of his accusers on tuesday. that's when a preliminary evidence hearing is scheduled on the dozens of charges he molested ten young boys but today there's new information about a financial connection between board members of sandusky's charity and a governor of pennsylvania's election campaign. cnn contributor and reporter for the pat news co-wrote the article. so sarah, it is good to see you. what did you find out? >> he accepted more than $25,000 in campaign contributiones from second mile board members and that included a fund-raiser from the board chair who held a fund-raiser at his home in january 2010 for the governor for his campaign np. now today he is defending all of that, saying, it would have looked political if he had charged sandusky at the time. it would have looked political if he waited. so it is a lose/lose situation for him and he is defending hit situation saying he didn't want to give that money back or refuse it because that would give away that jerry sandusky was under
of name calling after jerry sandusky left court. his lawyer indicated the alleged victims made up his stories and one of the accuser called sandusky a coward. >> cbs news correspondent armen keteyian is in bellefonte, pennsylvania, with more on that five-minute hearing. >> reporter: a much, much, much quieter day than it was here yesterday morning a day in which jerry sandusky waived his right was about to face his accusers in court. now it appears we are headed to trial. in a day filled with high drama, two law enforcement sources told cbs news the prosecution is not entertaining a plea bargain in the case. a hard line stance, more than matched by sandusky attorney joe amendola. >> be no negotiations. this is a fight to the dem. this is to fight a jerry sandusky's life. >> reporter: sandusky had entered the center county courthouse under heavy security holding his wife dottie's hand but he didn't stay long. as he walked out of court after the ten-minute hearing he used a football reference to profess his innocence. >> stay the course and fight for fourth quarters. we will wait the op
as the first lawsuit is filed against jerry sandusky for sexual abuse. here's abc's brad wheelis. >> reporter: it was a time for soul-searching at penn state. >> i feel shame. what do i do with these feelings? >> reporter: at a town hall meeting between students, faculty and administrators, the penn state dealt with the lasting mark at the school, as the result of a sex abuse scandal by jerry sandusky. one of argued that it was good -- >> it's important that we learn to question authority. and in many cases, being here and be part of this experience might actually make you a better human being. >> reporter: but there was more bad news for penn state. in the first civil suit filed against jerry sandusky, a now-29-year-old man alleges he was sexually assaulted by the former football coach more than 100 times between 1992 and 1996. the man is not one of the eight boys sandusky is already charged with molesting. his attorney read a statement from the plaintiff. >> i am hurting and have been for a long time. >> reporter: also named in the suit, penn state university and the second mile foundation,
. and jerry sandusky, back not by popular demand. the former penn state football coach was re-arrested today on new sexual abuse charges brought by two new accusers, and like some of the earlier victims, the two new ones both met sandusky through his charity, the second mile. and let me finish tonight with my take on the stark way, in fact wild way, that this election is headed. >>> we start with the power of newt gingrich. howard fineman is the msnbc political analyst, of course, "the huffington post" media group editorial director and michael scherr is the white house correspondent for "time." michael, i want you to go through some of the newspaper. let me begin with this stunning new state numbers out from "time" tonight showing incredible gains in strength for newt gingrich. take a will be at florida, a state where mitt was going to turn it around. newt has blown the other candidates out of the water. take a look an enormously high number, 48% to romney's rather puny 25% down there. third place down there in florida, ron paul at just 5%. in iowa, we're less than one month away from the c
sharon bialek failed to pay $7,500. new accusations against jerry sandusky for sexual abuse. man claims in a lawsuit filed today former penn state assistant football coach molested him. mann says the jerry sandusky abused him between 1992 and that to 96 starting when he was just 10 years old claims the attacks happened that jerry sandusky home in a locker room and on trips. alleged victim also says jerry sandusky treated threatened to hurt his family if he did not keep quiet about the assault. jerry sandusky lawyer no comment on latest accusation not one of the of original 8 alleged victims in our original grand jury report. occupy los angeles encampments dismantled by police to enter people arrested overnight more than 1400 police swept and circling the area outside of city hall. arrest mostly peaceful however police did burst out of city hall doors to move out of the to move the demonstrators out some officers fired rubber bullets so felt the house that suits worn and thrown out with the garbage. could the show on earth highest fine ever animal cruelty feld entertainment produces ri
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case involving former assistant football coach jerry sandusky. >>> former athletic director tim curly and gary schultz are charged with lying and failing to report the suspected abuse. mike mcquery is the star witness. he says he told curly and schultz seen sandusky raping a boy. he testifies there's no question that he fully described what he saw. prosecutors say sandusky sexually accused ten young boys. he has pleaded not guilty to more than 50 charges. >>> back from the brink of a government shutdown. sources are now saying that democrats and republicans have reached a deal to keep the federal government running after midnight tonight. the house and senate, they're expecting to vote on that plan today. negotiators are still trying to agree on extending the payroll tax cut. if they don't, your taxes are going to go up by an average of $1,000. >>> republican presidential candidates are making their closing arguments to iowa voters. now the candidates met last night in their last debate before the iowa caucuses. some took aim at president obama. current front-runner newt gingrich foun
have major developments in the penn state child sex abuse case. former football coach jerry sandusky you're seeing on the screen, waiving his right to a preliminary hearing, a decision that moves him one step closer to trial on the multiple charges of child sexual assault. david lee miller has been following the story since the beginning. he is live outside the courthouse in pennsylvania with more. tell us a little bit what happened this morning? >> reporter: a lot of people could not believe what they were hearing. 8:30 this morning the hearing underway. the first thing they were told the defendant is waiving his right for the hearing thaflt was it. it was over in a matter of minutes. with me is the attorney for the accused, jerry sandusky. mr. amendola thanks for joining me. we spoke yesterday morning. you told me you were not going to waive jerry sandusky's appearance at this hearing. less than two 12 hours later everything changed. what happened? >> i had discussions with the chief prosecutor in jerry's case. as a result we both made concessions. our concession we would waive the
on the link at the top of the home page. >>> former penn state football coach, jerry sandusky is arrested again. he faces 12 additional charges of sexual abuse, brought by two more alleged investments. sandusky is behind bars right now. >>> police watch jerry sandusky from his home, wearing handcuffs. the former penn state football coach, now faces 12 additional charges of sexually abusing two more young boys. that brings the total number of sex charges he faces to 52. and the number of alleged victims, to 10. before the arrest, sandusky's attorney responded to reports that another accuser had come forward. >> jerry has denied those allegations as he has the original allegations. but we're hoping we'll get more information as we proceed. >> reporter: the 67-year-old sandusky went on record, after the initial allegations, denying the charges, while admitting he was very physical with many boys, even sleeping with them alone in hotel rooms, showering with them touching their legs. sandusky says it was completely innocent. >> a lot of people find that inappropriate. but it's not criminal tha
and religion on cnn's belief blog. >>> former penn state football coach jerry sandusky will be in court for a preliminary hearing. he faces more than 50 charges of child sex abuse. sandusky posted a $250,000 bond and is now under house arrest. last week he was arrested a second time following new allegations by two more reported victims. cnn national correspondent susan candiotti has been following the developments and joining us now from new york. what's to be expected this week in court? >> well, there's a preliminary hearing coming up on tuesday, fred, and it's difficult to say how many victim could be testifying but it could be everyone that has been identified by the grand jury, at least six, along with other witnesses. at this preliminary hearing we'll get a brief preview of the prosecutor's case. they must convince a judge there's enough evidence against jerry sandusky to go to trial. now legally it's usually not a difficult thing to do at this stage. among those testifying will be alleged victim number 1. sandusky is charged with performing oral sex on the boy in his early teens
of the proass the. >>> weave heard from jerry sandusky twice since accusers came forward claiming he sexually abused them. there will be a hearing today. sherrie johnson is standing by with new reaction and what could be taking place. >> former penn state assistant coach, jerry sandusky faces accuserrers in court for the first time. some will explain how sandusky allegedly molested them. in what could be a set back for the prosecution, with up telephone key witnesses, penn state assistant coach, mcqueary's testimony is called in to question. he says he witnessed sandusky raping a boy in the team showers in 2002 and told the head coach and penn state officials about it. now a local paper says a mcqueary friend told the grand jury he spoke with mcqueary the night of the incident and mcqueary said he never saw sex only encounter that seemed suspicious. the victims admit will be an emotional and difficult day. >> there will be a adversarial process for them and unfor a momentable. he is ready to go forward. >> any victim that goes forward with these types of case says brave. they have to face the
mccreary, the key witness in the case against jerry sandusky. what he saw in the locker room on that fateful day and why he didn't go to the police himself. victoria secret, the number one name in lingerie, now under fire for some of the cotton it uses, where it comes from and the possibility child labor may be involved. we will tell you about the brewing controversy this morning. and the multimillion-dollar nfl football player who seemed to have it now, and now accused of leading a shocking double life as a drug lord. we will talk to his family and friends coming up. and on a lighter friend, britney spears has done it again after two famously failed marriages, she's said to walk down the isle for a third time. we have all the scoop, including fresh pictures in overnight from las vegas. i know you are super interested in that, terry. it's all coming up on gpa. >> my christmas present is now coming to you, i won't belabor your voice, i will let it go so you can rest up for the big show. >> but chatting with you, no matter what the condition of my vocal cords, always a pleasur
state child sex abuse case. two days away from former assistant football coach jerry sandusky facing his accusers in court and we're learning a key witness, mike mcqueary, is changing his story again. sarah gannon has been following the sandusky case against the aga beginning. how is he changing the story? >> this is the first account we have come up. the first witness account of what mcqueary saw in 2002, that night many march when he stumbled upon something in the penn state locker room late at night. but how this differs from what we read in the grand jury report and what is in mike mcqueary's handwritten police statement is that he told this man, this doctor who was at his father's house, where he went seeking advice after he stumbled upon this incident, he told his doctor he didn't see anything, that he only heard some sexual acts and that a young boy peered around the corner of the shower stall and was grabbed by a man's waist, pulled back behind out of view, and then a few minutes later, he saw jerry sandusky leaving a towel. none of that is ever mentioned in the grand jury summar
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, coming up. >> thank you. >>> we are following a developing story now on news 4 at 4:00. jerry sandusky has been arrested again after two new accusers came forward in the penn state sex abuse scandal. he eels accused of sexually assaulting ten boys in the last decade. they met him through his charity, the second mile. sandusky denied the allegations. according to the associated press, he's been taken to a pennsylvania county jail after being unable to post a $250,000 cash bail. a preliminary hearing is set for next tuesday. >>> today former illinois governor rod blagojevich learned his fate. he was convicted on 18 criminal counts trying to sell president obama's former senate seat. jay gray has details. >> reporter: for a politician whose career and life played out on a public stage, rod blagojevich's most important act was behind closed courtroom doors, no cameras or recorders as he asked the judge for mercy. 18 counts of corruption including trying to sell president barack obama's vacated senate seat. for the first time he acknowledged responsibility and apologized. he said the jury c
>>> good morning. penn state sex abuse suspect jerry sandusky gives up his right to a pretrial hearing meaning some accusers will not testify against him as intended. the latest from the courthouse. >>> president obama wants to extend the payroll tax cut and now he's threatening to veto a republican plan that will do just that. find out what else is in that bill and why the democrats don't like it. >>> the last u.s. troops leaving iraq this month, we'll ask dick cheney about that withdrawal and what he thinks will happen next. >>> and the russian billionaire who owns an nba team says he'll challenge strongman vladimir putin in next year's election. challenge strongman vladimir putin in next year's election. what prokorov said. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. >> it is a nice sunrise. >> booueautiful sunrise. >>> jerry sandusky told the judge he didn't want to go ahead with today's pretrial hearing. >> the unexpected decision means sandusky will go on trial to face 52 charges of abuse involving ten boys and chief investig
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boy stick his head out of the shower and later jerry sandusky left with a towel on. mcqueary told the grand jury he actually witnessed rasandusky raping a young boy. >> a preliminary hearing expected to begin in the morning. cnn's susan candiotti spoke with the attorney of one of the victims and has a preview of what we can expect in the courtroom. >> ali and christine, good morning. at the preliminary hearing on tuesday we'll get a sneak peek at the prosecutor's case against jerry sandusky. wearing his court-ordered ankle bracelet, jerry sandusky will leave his home tuesday to face his accuser for the first time. a potentially explosive moment in this courtroom, when his alleged victims take the stand outlining dramatic charges ever rape and molestation. >> what do you think the atmosphere will be like in the courtroom? >> i think it will be electric. >> reporter: sandusky is charged with performing oral sex on the teenager known as alleged victim number one more than 20 times in 2007 and 2008. the boy's attorney says the teen is ready to testify. >> how is your client trying to
state. jerry sandusky chose to waive tuesday's hearing, avoiding an emotional confrontation with his accusers. but he vowed to fight all the sexual abuse charges. and his attorney, joe amendola, called it a fight to the death. first, here's abc's jim avila. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, george. one attorney told me it was the first smart move made by the defense. a decision to pull the threats of open accusers in open court. and more details in this case overcame that bravado. as he left home for court, jerry sandusky was keeping a secret. as he arrived at court, he ignored shouted questions from reporters. perhaps, now, we know why. >> mr. sandusky, how do you feel about the opportunity to face your accusers, sir? are you looking forward to it? >> reporter: sandusky and his attorney had changed their minds about any open-court showdown with his alleged victims. >> as hurtful as it was to son-in-law of the survivors to be built up and not testify, this was smart for sandusky. >> reporter: with his accusers standing by, sandusky's attorney waived the right to a prelim
involving former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky. nbc news national investigative correspondent michael isakoff is in hairrrisburg with more on th. >> reporter: good morning, lester. a judge ruled that the case against those two former penn state officials can now proceed to trial. once the starting penn state quarterback, now a star witness for the government. mike mcqueary took the witness stand and graphically described seeing a naked jerry sandusky engaged in what he called extreme sexual activity with a young boy. the boy was up against the wall, mcqueary testified. jerry was directly behind him in a very, very close position. i believe jerry was sexually molesting him. mcqueary slammed his locker door shut causing msandusky and the boy to stop looking him directly in the eyes. both penn state officials are charged with lying and failing to report it to authorities. mcqueary acknowledge he never saw any sexual intercourse and never intervened. i was shocked and horrified, to be said, and to be frank with you, i was probably not thinking straight. >> mcqueary w
:19. a preliminary hearing for jerry sandusky is over this morning. san dusk ways with -- sand duskky was there. he left -- sandusky was there. he left court. that's his wife at his side. it ended without testimony from an accuser as planned. make sure you keep it tuned here. coming up at 7:30, the reason that testimony never took place this morning. and what's next for the former penn state coach. >>> police are investigating another tragic hazing incident involving band members at florida a&m can university. three young men are accused of beating a female band member so badly during recent hazing rituals that she suffered a broken thighbone. the speech came three weeks before the band member was killed. >>> today, state lawmakers will hear details of a proposal that could cut some college costs. college students and instructors will join darrell steinberg in sacramento. he's introducing a bill to create a free online library of digital textbooks that are used in many lower division colleges. >>> the mount diablo school board may adopt a qualified budget at their meeting today. budget reports are
and breaking right now. former penn state jerry sandusky waives hi hearing this morning, saying he was not ready to present his side of the story. now the case is headed straight to trial. >>> break overnight, choppers down. two army scout helicopters go down in a horrifying, split-second crash outside seattle, killing all four soldiers on board. did they collide in midair? >>> remarkable recovery. hi the parents of a former model say her new milestone is a miracle. walking the hallways on her own. new detail this is morning. >>> and the ultimate party crashers. how one couple picked up their phone call and ended up at paris hilton's birthday bash. how adam sandler helped them crack the code. >> and good morning, everyone. to our viewers out west, an unexpected twist. jerry sandusky leaving the courthouse unexpectedly. he waived a pretrial hearing. he said he wanted to wait for the opportunity to present his side of the story. we'll have the story just ahead. >> the victims were going to be there to confront him face to face. that will now happen in january. >>> fighting words for
football assistant coach accused of molesting dozens of children. jerry sandusky. you'll hear him in his own words explain his relationship and his, quote, attraction to young boys. >>> also this morning, a story maybe you wouldn't think is coming your way from 2011. an interracial couple told they are not welcome at a church in kentucky. >>> we are just a few hours away from a major announcement from herman cain. here's how he explained what this will all be about. this was him talking yesterday. >> i will be making an announcement, but nobody is going to get me to make that prematurely. we will also clarify, there's that word again, "clarify," exactly what the next steps are. >> well, what are the next steps? he's actually in atlanta today to open a campaign office. our shannon travis is there for us in atlanta. shannon, hello to you. everybody is intrigued here, a grand opening and a grand closing today? >> reporter: yeah, it's a grand decision day, basically, tj. it's anyone's guess what herman cain is actually going to announce here at this headquarters, his georgia headquarters. it
the record straight on his relationships with young boys. former assistant coach jerry sandusky sat down in his lawyer's house for an extensive four-hour interview with the "new york times." his first extended interview since being indicted on sex abuse charges last month. take a listen to this portion. >> if i say no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth, because i'm attracted young people, boys, girls. >> but not sexually -- you're attracted because -- >> right, i enjoy -- that's what i was trying to -- i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. i mean, my two favorite groups are the elderly and the young. >> sandusky also went on to say in that interview that the coach, joe paterno, never spoke to him about suspected misconduct with minors, and the second mile charity never restricted his access to children until 2008. sandusky also says his intentions are simply misunderstood. and i quote here. they have taken everything i ever did for any young person and twisted it to say my motives were sexual or whatever. i've had kid after kid after ki
coach jerry sandusky says he is innocent of child molestation. what you'll hear him explain in his own words, his, quote, attraction to young boys. >>> also new this morning a boarding school refuses to admit a teenage boy because he has hiv. you will hear the school defend its decision. -- captions by vitac -- >>> let's get you started with the headlines today. herman cain says he will make an announcement on the future of his presidential campaign. this will come in a matter of hours. we are standing by in atlanta to hear it. he is in atlanta today for the planned opening of his georgia campaign headquarters, but instead a lot of people are speculating that he could drop out of the race. as you know this week a georgia woman had said she'd had a 13-year affair with cain. he denied it. much more on this coming your way. >>> also country music sin ner mccready and her son were finally found in a closet in arkansas. mccready took off with her 5-year-old boy. her mother and stepfather actually have custody of the young man. mccready actually only has visitation rights. poli
coach jerry sandusky molesting a boy in 2002ing after hearing slapping sounds like skin on skin. he said i looked into the mirror i saw him in the shower with a young boy with jerry behind the boy. next day he took the information to then head coach joe paterno saying it was way over the lines. mcqueary described himself as distraught. paterno he said told him he did the right thing. they said they never knew how serious the allegations were. they are charged with covering up what they have been told. mcqueary says he told the same thing he told paterno and shuttle's oversaw the penn state police department, in my mind it was speaking to a district attorney. jerry sandusky faces 52 counts of child abuse against ten boys. he says he will plead not guilty and has a new lawyer. >> showering like that may sound strange but people that are dependent have to be taught basic skills. >> the judge ruled there is enough evidence to put them on trial. jerry sandusky will head to trial separately in about six months. >>> stanford is announcing it is dropping plans for an engineering campus in new yo
very much. now here is jenna. >> one day after jerry sandusky's interview with "the new york times" is released, accusers are expressing outrage over the denial of wrongdoing. we turn to national investigative reporter michael isikoff. >> reporter: the public interview has angered some at penn state and reopened still painful wounds for alleged victims. accused child molester jerry sandusky tries to salvage his reputation -- >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know. >> reporter: many here at penn state wish he would stop talking. >> his lawyer probably should have put duct tape on his mouth to keep it shut. >> reporter: reaction to the four-hour interview with "the new york times" was mostly hostile in this town rocked by the scandal. the university has seen its president and legendary football coach joe paterno fired and its reputation stained. >> it definitely brings a lot of heart break to our university. it's a lot -- >> i feel everyone in the community is disgusted with it. hopefully justice will be brought to all of the people who were harmed. >>
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